Tony Thorpe

Tony Thorpe started in engineering in 1966 with a four year apprenticeship as a draughtsman with Fife Belcher and Grimsey. He then gained experience with a number of consulting engineers including Ove Arup and Partners working on a number of major developments both in England and abroad.


During four years at Bernard Sunley and Sons Tony worked on several multi-storey concrete structures in the Middle East including the Dubai Trade Centre and Hotel, and the ADNOC building in Abu Dhabi.


Tony is CampbellReith’s in-house advisor and has gained membership of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health as a Technical Safety Practitioner and Membership of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management.


He is highly experienced in monitoring the safe erection of temporary Exhibition and concert structures with seventeen years’ experience at major venues throughout the UK.

A selection of Tony’s recent projects


London 2012 Olympics

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Earls Court, London